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March 25, 2015

Is Intel planning to unleash two quad-core Broadwell processors?

Core i7 5775C and Core i5 5675C could be released in Q2 of 2015.

By CBR Staff Writer

Intel is reportedly looking to release two quad-core Broadwell-based processors, based on 14nm architecture, in the second quarter of this year.

The processors called, Core i7 5775C and Core i5 5675C, will come with power and efficiency improvements. Both of the processors will feature unlocked quad-core parts to provide overclocking.

They will have a rated TDP of 65W, support for DDR3L-1600 memory, and come with Iris Pro 6200 graphics, according to a report from citing Chinese language website,

The report added that the i7-5775C will come with a base clock speed of 3.3 GHz, which can overclock to 3.7 GHz and will come with 6 MB of L3 cache.

The i5-5675C, on the other hand will not have Hyper Threading and come with a clock speed of 3.1 GHz, which can increase to 3.6 GHz alongside 4 MB of L3 cache.

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